Mithali Raj is the highest run-scorer in women's international cricket and announced her retirement from all formats of international cricket last year.
Comeback of the year: The Ranji Trophy. Sign of the year: Stadium Full Ticket Over. Farewell of the year: Mithali Raj and Jhulan Goswami.
Pakistan outclassed last edition's runners-up New Zealand by seven wickets to book their place in the T20 World Cup final for the third time.
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The former India captain's semifinalists include South Africa and either England or defending champions Australia.
In an exclusive interview with Moneycontrol, Raj talks about Goswami and the fine moments that they shared on the field over two decades
'Shabaash Mithu' portrays how ‘an entire generation and a country woke up to the achievement of its women cricketers after 2017.’ At the centre of it is Raj, her ups and downs, her career.
The Mithali Raj biopic is less about Mithali and more a punch at the privilege entrenched in men’s cricket.
"There are various points where 'Shabaash Mithu' avoids the typical template of a sports film and, most importantly, it emphasises a number of issues that go beyond cricket..." - Director Srijit Mukherji
Mithali Raj said: “I will treasure this forever. I feel inspired and encouraged for my next chapter.” Raj retired from all forms of cricket last month.
Mithali Raj was the first great role model of the televised era for Indian women cricketers.
The focus on Mithali Raj’s passions other than cricket is important because these interests show a different side to a player who lasted for 23 years in the sport until she called time this week.
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After 23 years dominating women’s cricket and rewriting record books along the way, Mithali Raj has called time on her international career
Indian batter Mithali Raj has announced her retirement from all forms of international cricket.
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Mithali Raj is to Indian women’s cricket what Sachin Tendulkar has been to the overall game in India.
Mithali, 39, led the country in 24 World Cup games, claiming 14 victories, 8 losses and one no result. Clark had captained her side in 23 matches.
Bismah Maroof faced India's Mithali Raj at Bay Oval in New Zealand, on Sunday morning and India defeated Pakistan by 107 runs.
"A very powerful statement of how a hand that rocks the cradle can rule the world," said a Twitter user. "Proud of her, proud of our cricket board and her family as well," tweeted user Muneeb Khan.
Indian women’s team cricketer Punam Raut shares her wish list for life after the pandemic.
Captain of Indian women’s cricket team Mithali Raj talks to Storyboard18 about endorsements and the attention women athletes are getting from brands these days. For Raj, the last 4-5 years have been a game changer.
Mithali Raj, who is already the leading run-getter in ODIs, on July 3 surpassed Edwards to become the highest run-getter across formats. Only two women cricketers who have more than 10,000 runs.
The BCCI will recommend the names of senior batsman Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul, and pacer Jasprit Bumrah for the Arjuna Award.